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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Sacred Heart Third Grader Sums Up Archbishop Lori's new job

Archbishop Lori delivers his first homily as head of the
Archdiocese of Baltimore

Earlier today I recieved an email from a fellow Sacred Heart alumna and it brought a smile to my face. In part the email read, "Archbishop Lori left Bridgeport and is now installed as Archbishop of Baltimore. Joan Magnetti, RSCJ, attended the installation and was most proud when Archbishop Lori at the beginning of his homily with over 2,000 attending, including civil authorities, inter-faith leaders, numerous priests, bishops and cardinals said, "Doesn’t this seem like a good day to reflect on what a bishop does? One answer to that question was given by a third grader at the Convent of the Sacred Heart School in Greenwich, Connecticut on the occasion of one of my visits.
Asked what a bishop does, she enthusiastically put her hand up and said, “He moves diagonally and protects the king!” . . . So now you know! 
The entire Cathedral burst into laughter."

Most Reverend William E. Lori, S.T.D. was installed as Archbishop of Baltimore on May 16, 2012 click here to read the entire homily and see photos.  

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